Parent forms group to help families afford autism treatments

04/5/2010 | Detroit News, The

Neil Carrick, whose son and son's half brother have autism spectrum disorders, created the Michigan Indigo Children and Families Network to help families find and pay for expensive treatments -- including the alternative therapy of neurofeedback -- for their children. By forming the group, Carrick was able to lock in reduced group rates for services, and he holds fundraising events to pay for treatments.

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